• Hellraiser



    Another one of those DARK movies. Can’t see shit. It’s as dark as the dinner scenes in The Green Knight. It’s been brought to my attention that this is probably a hardware error on my end, so I won’t hold this against the movie. 

    Definitely feels like the makers of this asked themselves, “What would Fede Alvarez do?”, especially in the first half. 

    There’s a part where a character plays with the puzzle box at the playground… and they don’t have…

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife
  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    Worked better the second go-through. I can set aside some of the complaints I had last year, and appreciate this metahuman meat grinder for what it is. 

    Still so weird they took all the guns off the dvd covers, and then you watch the movie and it’s disgustingly violent and mean-spirited.

  • Tales of Halloween

    Tales of Halloween


    Not that bad. Well, some of it.

  • Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

    Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare


    Lots of try in this one. Gotta give it credit for that, at least.

  • Wildling



    I legitimately liked this movie. That final shot… I can just so vividly picture someone being really thrilled about making that become a reality; it kind of softens my heart. Big fanfic vibes, but somehow endearing.

  • The Raven

    The Raven


    Evil Bela is awesome.

  • Deer Woman

    Deer Woman


    Very fun three minutes towards the end.

  • Pro-Life



    I didn’t hate this? It wasn’t good, but it was neither insufferable nor boring like some of Carpenter’s worst. Plus, there were a few surprises here that elevated it a bit.

  • Ouija: Origin of Evil

    Ouija: Origin of Evil


    Quite a few more chills than I remembered, but probably works even better alone rather than as a party watch.

  • The Gorgon

    The Gorgon


    Always funny when Christopher Lee wears a big goofy wig that makes him look like a doofus. Peter Cushing is probably a whole foot shorter than Christopher Lee, and he looks like he could beat Lee up in this one.

  • Poltergeist



    Way better than I remember, and it’s way more Hooper than I remember. Very neat to get a chance to see this on the big screen.